Drift was a collaboration between Daniel Kruszyna, Antoine Vignau, Wade Clarke, and Melissa Barron. It was entered in the Wildcard competition at PixelJam 2012, a component of the Notacon hacker/art conference, where it earned first place.
Subscribers of Juiced.GS, the last remaining and longest running Apple II print publication, received a physical copy of Drift in the June 2012 issue. The physical copy consisted of a 5.25" floppy disk in a limited edition sleeve handcrafted by Melissa Barron. While a disk image of Drift had always been available, the physical edition also contained another surprise. When booted with the back side, the user experienced an "upside down" version, complete with reversed graphics and music.
Images of both sides are now presented here, along with videos of each, captured from real hardware.